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Good news Ned .

There is an interview question thread you can read on questions to expect. In short is all about your relationship and what you know of each other.

Is it phone or in person interview?

The worst part is being the sponsor and waiting for them to come out of the interview so they can call you and tell you how it went.

The interview goes for 1 to 1.5 hrs from memory and most people get the same questions. There will be the famous "what will you do if the visa gets rejected" question.
Hi Mish what language do they interview in ...my partner speaks arabic and is worried they will do it in English he might not understand all the questions..does he need an interpreter?

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Hi Mish what language do they interview in ...my partner speaks arabic and is worried they will do it in English he might not understand all the questions..does he need an interpreter?
Ours was half and half but the request said Arabic but when went some was English. I think it is to make sure that the evidence of communication matches with how they speak.

I believe he can get an interpreter if he wants and that will be at his expense. They don't expect perfect English.

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Ours was half and half but the request said Arabic but when went some was English. I think it is to make sure that the evidence of communication matches with how they speak.

I believe he can get an interpreter if he wants and that will be at his expense. They don't expect perfect English.
well his written english is not the best so i hope they will see from this that his spoken english will match :P thanks hoping we get one soon....

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Yeah they said it will be in Arabic for my partner.

I sighed a huge sigh of relief! Also, it is going to be over the phone.

I know. The famous question is killing me. I'm so afraid lol..
I wish I can three way and join the chat haha

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